This beautifully designed hotel captivates me the minute I walk in and see the ornate mosaic tiled ceiling. It cleverly mixes old with the new.
AAA Inspector Notes
Built in 1893 as Boston's first skyscraper, this architectural gem's design strikes the perfect balance between modern, high-quality accommodations and the retention of historic elements. The strictly contemporary interior design features a monochromatic scheme with small pops of color sprinkled about for a dramatic effect. Amenities include high thread-count bedding, a 55-inch smart TV with streaming, and a spacious shower with an impressive rain shower head. From most of the glass-enclosed showers, you can view the guest room TV through the open curtain. Complimentary coffee, tea, and fruit is served between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Bruins fans should book or ask for a tour of the Bobby Orr suite. The hotel is centrally located between Faneuil Hall, the North End and the Financial District. Guests enjoy a direct route to Logan International Airport via the Orange Line at the State Street "T" stop.
Smoke free premises. 114 units. 14 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).